This is just my opinion. Call a tow truck, either have it towed home or to a repair shop. Are you handy working on vehicles? If not, have it towed to repair shop. Usually, I don't like working on a vehicle in a parking lot, my tools are usually someplace else, and I hate running back and forth.
I live in an apartment building and they don't like people working on their vehicles in the parking lot.
Right now, I can't tell if you have a wheel bearing problem--half-shaft--brakes--tranny or what?
If you use a tow truck and take it to repair shop it is going to cost you, I don't know how much? Maybe the shop would have a loaner vehicle you could use till they got yours fixed. Maybe you have a friend or relative that could loan you a vehicle.
If your good at working on your own vehicle, have at it, safely raise and support the vehicle, try rotating the tires one at a time, see if you can locate which tire the noise is coming from. Go from there.
Monday, July 6th, 2015 AT 11:33 AM